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will never apologize for america abroad. >> dick morris, author of the new book "here come the black helicopters" joins us. nice to see you, dick. >> nice to be here. >> i have been look at your twitter count and i see discussion about the 47 and also the issue about redistribution. i'm curious, the redistribution is not particularly new, was not particularly effective in '08, why do you think it's a good strategy against the president in 2012? >> i think it was effective in '08. mccain lost but he gained probably five or six points after joe, the plumber. but it's also important because it's exactly what is going on right now. obama is advocating a massive national income redistribution. not only within the united states, my new book that you mentioned, here come the black helicopters, u.n. global governance and the lack of freedom talks about treatise he's pushing which is taxing american oil wells offshore, billionaires throughout the world and using that money to go to the third world. going past foreign aid and actually taxing the united states internationally to give the money
in the job force in september of 1981. dick morris, i think, had the best comment about the brilliant job president clinton did. it was pa fantastic speech i'll give him credit for that. he assessed it this way, it was like maybe a defense attorney giving the closing arguments, very passionately, for his client when he knew he was guilty. but that's just dick's thought and i think he might be be right. [applause]. so, another big moment this week, texas mayor julian castro in the key he note address. >> it's a choice between the country where the middle class pays more so that millionaire pay less or a country where everybody pays their fair share so we can reduce the deficit and create the jobs of the future. >> okay, that was the san antonio mayor, julian castro. now, when he said he just wants everyone to pay their fair share, particularly the millionaires. let me bring some news to him. the top 5% income earners in america, pay 57% of all the taxes in the country. and let me repeat that. obviously, it hasn't sunk through to some of the folks in the democratic party yet. the top 5%, th
have people like dick morris on the air saying he would win by five points if the election were today. is he smoking something? >> that's a very good question. we can't confirm that. we have pictures live of the president speaking at a campaign event in washington, d.c. eugene, perhaps romney should try disappearing for a while, then he might become as popular as george w. bush because shock, horror, as it stands now, the former president is actually more popular than mitt romney, though they're both, as they say, underwater. what do you think? >> well, perhaps that could work but it's an inconvenient time for romney to disappear given that there's this election in a few weeks. however, he does keep disappearing. he keeps leaving the campaign trail to do these fund-raisers. one asks again what are they thinking in boston, what are they doing in boston, why are they running the campaign this way? and in the end the campaign comes down to the candidate. i mean, you can't blame it on the consultants. you can't blame it on the people around him. tough hold the candidate accountable for th
's ridiculous. >> let me read to you something that dick morris posted about the polling. he said, quote, the polling indicates a widespread lack of enthusiasm among obama's core support due to high unemployment, disappointment with his policies and the lack of novelty in voting for a black candidate now that he has served as president. if you adjust virtually any of the published polls to refleck the 2004 vote, they show the race tied or rom no ahead. a view much closer to reality. larry, what do you make of that? >> you can play lots of games with waiting. vidone it myself. but we have to take these polls as a whole, the polling averages. people ask me, what's the best poll? i always say, none of them. take the polling averages at real clear politics or pollster.com and when you take the averages i don't see what dick is projecting to be reality. maybe that will eventually happen. but it is not there yet. >> steve, larry mentioned this hiewmg gap in women voters -- why? what do you make of that? >> there is always a gender gap. the question is, and i think that dr. sabbato make this is
if that is economically what about the polls that has the president winning in small margin. dick morris answered that question. >> people need to understand that the polling is the worst it has ever been. this is the first election if i tell you who is going to vote, i can tell you how they are going to vote. black or latino or college kid or single mother, i will tell you how you can vote and over 65 or a man or married white womi am be right two out of three times. this is the issue who is going to vote. polling is good at saying how. but bad at saying who will vote. and the models they are using are crazy. they assume a democratic edge of 6-sevenpoints >> chris: that's the key. if they are using the metric where there are six or sevenmore percent they tend to win the poles. they are taking rasmussen metric and they and pew were closest to being right. and they analyzed the data and according to these folks, mitt romney has 5-11 percent in all of the other polls. ing interesting. >> gretchen: if you are conducting polls why not split it 50-50. why would you skew it. >> steve: rasmussen figured
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